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Messages - Maya Kumashiro
« on: September 19, 2010, 12:01:20 AM »
##Unvote##Vote: Mai Tokiha
On reflection I'd actually rather see Helga lynched than Mai for the forced positional play today following the absence on day one, but with the downtime making this plausibly my last post of the day I will compromise with the case that might actually bear fruit, which is the intersection of mine and Shaoran's shortlists. You could call this a gamble of scum interference against my previous position on the matter, but time pressures and sufficient measure of trust in Shaoran say otherwise now.
I disagree with the sentiment that it's okay to lynch town if they're acting stupidly if you do think that they are town, and dislike the pre-emptive hand-washing of the matter and pressures of the spin of 'anti-town, must lynch' being presented by Tron and Mai. Sorry, no, if I think someone's town then they're never getting my vote unless there is absolutely no better option, and the insistence that this is the correct course of action reflects badly. I will however cut myself away from Rin's 'too easy' position.
That plus Mai's even bigger:
Not liking Maya much, this is a situation where I think keeping it simple is better and rooting around for theories on contributors instead of those who, well, aren't seems like it's looking right past the obvious.
Hey guys, let's not pay any attention on the people who are talking and line people up in the order of how little they've spoken. Mechanical thinking, mechanical excuses. Turn brain off, let scum win. I'd buy it as the thought process from someone hopelessly dedicated to the rule book, but not from Rat. Not for a minute. And he's been playing this card all day.
(And yes, I really am still primarily about Tron, but the complete lack of agreement there is what's killed my motivation in general and oh it's apparently my problem great and the rest of today has been the compromise)
« on: September 18, 2010, 12:34:17 AM »
I'm not quite as busy as I was at the start of the game, but I am suffering a massive dose of lethargy. The game's activity and such in general, plus getting the reverse of expectations for what I do (concerted scumhunting, well that's just you going crazy, but man, that useless wad of opinions on everyone, that sure is A grade material). And yeah, really very little I can do about my position when next to no one (except maybe Rin?) is buying into it at all, and knowing that this necessarily includes a whole bunch of townies saps me massively.
Yeah, yeah, whine whine whine, woe is me.
If I'm not getting my way then I need to make my secondary case and move well before the deadline. I'm going to assume I'll feel better next time I'm around and wait until then before moving my vote, but for now, quickly, are some raw opinions. You're not going to like them because I don't have the energy to fluff them up properly, but I'd rather have crap now and have you understand where I'm coming from than it coming completely out of the blue when I'm next back.
-I really think that Shaoran isn't scum. The attitude is all wrong and he's been butting opinions and seeing what falls out all over the place. Productive, and I see it as needlessly risky for scum in this situation. Easier and safer to usurp head townie than do that if you want to be active.
-I'm sorry, but I don't think Leia is scum either. Missed a golden opportunity to silence Rin for another day if nothing else. Don't see anyone believing it could work. Stupidly risky at the best of times, but especially in such a massively apathetic game with a clear 3 vote lead. Yeah, attitude's terrible and not helping town regardless (although frankly in her position I don't blame her for not suddenly gaining motivation), but it would be stupid of me to knowingly lynch someone who I think is town, even if bad town.
-I'm super worried about Tanaka being the super-charismatic sort of scum who wins by everyone being in love with him (I do love you, man), but still can't pick anything out of it.
-Rin still gets one more out from me. Maybe I'm just constantly falling into the trap that I pointed out myself, but I think she'd be fine if she just talked more frequently. I'll be seriously disappointed if this continues into day 3, but yeah, honestly I'm willing to give that time to see if she improves rather than sling her down now.
It's the other four I'm looking at. You want pure gut? Pure gut? Tron/Margaret. Tron/Margaret/Mai if we do have the added misfortune of facing three scum instead of two (I do presume two from the way the rules seem to balance, but who can say, it could all be in the role balance and is not worth discussion). But don't ask gut things like that.
-Tron I'll just leave commenting further now. Been there, done that, watched her move in to usurp lead townie, still sure, but the inability to get motion there is why I'm here in the first place.
-Margaret I feel really bad for suspecting so closely because there's little solid to it. I'm largely obsessed with how day one panned out and how it was Margaret who made the jump to end the day, plus a few things like the place holding nature of the vote today. No, I can't get this to tally with some other things, and no I'm not going to push it when my mind still finds it dumb, but here's openness for you.
-Helga just doesn't inspire. Holding onto the Shaoran vote in the face of accepting counter-arguments only to jump ship when Leia shows up and pastes an even bigger target on her than existed in her absence? Seriously weak, very easy scum play to make for a day.
-I'm largely on the same page as Shaoran regarding Mai today. Attitude doesn't ring at all. LAL beyond LAL in a really overly simplistic manner. Think it's largely been put on to scaremonger for this day and next (at least) if scum. It's the sudden huge drive towards Helga at the start of day 2 despite not saying anything to her about it during day 1 as mentioned earlier that pushes me this way.
Okay, not so quick after all. In short, given a lack of Tron I'm almost certainly shifting to either Helga or Mai. I'd say whoever it is who's more likely to go, but like hell am I letting scum get the chance to interfere with that.
Raw, wall of text, gut, fishing hooks, mostly crap, delayed vote. Yeah, getting better every time.
« on: September 16, 2010, 08:09:11 PM »
Leia's an obvious mark from a grand total of one piece of actual input, in itself bad information, and the key to causing the end of the day to be quite such a spectacular wreckage. There's frankly nothing there to defend other than the fatally poisonous 'scum surely wouldn't act that
brazenly'. It turns my gut that Tron's jumped on it nice and early, but I needn't consider that relevant. The only thing that confuses is me is why she'd move to someone completely new rather than jump to another town train, given that it was always going to draw more attention and
be more dangerous (unless it was an all town sudden death) the way it was played.
I have little to say about Margaret. Everything I would mark up against her just looks like making the best of a bad situation. Not exactly happy with the implication that her current vote is little more than placeholder.
Rin's day one play was Tanaka-lite in terms of priorities, in that at the time of her post her top criterion was empty unvotes, and like Tanaka seems to have thought that Mai had one as well as Chiaki, which I'm not as quick to damn as Shaoran is. I like most of what I see, except for the irony of [correctly] accusing Tron of having a low SNR while having a fair bit of noise in her own post (yeah, sure, me too, keep the irony chain going). Would very much like to see more of her the most, as on one hand I think she'd be a big asset in active debate, and on the other hand I'm worried that that's currently the perfect level of lurking to ride this whole game out (that is, "oh, not Tousaka! At least Tousaka's doing a bit more than X, Y and Z").
Tanaka I'm happy enough with. It's easy to fall into the trap of letting him off more easily for being the most entertaining player, but even keeping that in mind he reads most fluidly and thoughtful in both days.
Having said that I disagree with his point that Mai said a decent amount in day one. Last I chipped in about Mai she was doing okay, but looking back on day one I only see one 'good' post, which I'd put somewhat below Rin. Wary of her breaking case of the day on Helga, in that she seems awfully mad for the lack of Helga posting in day one, which is nice and all, but this is after deigning not to comment on it at the time. And that's it? Not thrilled.
Helga is rude
. Undeniably. Very bad grace to skip day one entirely, especially such a short day one, and worse for being so frank about it. Points back for at least getting in early today, but away again for a case I largely can't get behind, so points back to Mai for the case on Helga being on the mark if very oddly timed. I like:
Then he oddly goes "Ha! I counter your argument!" to "Eh, whatever. You're posting, I'm posting, and that's okay." in the same post.
But little else, particularly for a rather weird cherry picking of lurkers, and particularly that being quiet during sudden death is a great idea if your neck's on the line and there's an easy way for you to save yourself.
Shaoran I find to be a bull in a china shop. Conspiracy theories are so cute. You're never going to get anywhere with one, but I see them more as dumb here than scummy. The thrashing all over the place today after the tunnelling yesterday is weird sauce, but at the very least I like the way he's getting all of his thoughts on the table. I'd just appreciate it if he could think about them more clearly and didn't need to be directed. The manner of tunnelling in the first place was still bad, if I'm allowed to say that.
Yeah, great. I think most of you are pretty bad, mostly as a result of how little discussion there's been, and would even be willing to vote for Leia right now. Now back to Tron, who's flipped so many switches that my vote would feel betrayed anywhere else.
« on: September 16, 2010, 05:50:10 PM »
Yeah, okay, so I'm not liking any of this. It's hard to hold to one's convictions when no one else wants to give them anything more than maybe a pat on the head for being a good 'early day one' case, because yeah, can't just hold it to scum interference. Worse for my instincts is that the last time I caught scum red-handed like this on day one and no one much believed me I turned out to be perfectly right, but at least the scum in that game had the good manners to kill me night one there.
The other thing that really sits badly with my gut is that I've come into this day late and there's not been a single mention of me so far today. Not one. Now okay, not at the top of anyone's chopping block, that's lovely, but the arrogance in me is screaming that scum are avoiding me to reduce the odds of me going rabid on them.
So no, I'm not willing to remove my teeth from Tron's leg at this point.##Vote: Tron Bonne
Ran around like a headless chicken, very pointedly did not respond to my expanded argument (you know, after having hated the earlier form of it at this point
), and for playing daddy's little friendly helper since to blend back in. What's this, you just so happen to agree with two of the cases of the day that were made before you posted? What are the odds! Let's not forget that the actual sum content of what she did after getting all flustered - which I think is at least part of why people aren't voting for her? - was actually no better than most. The very large attitude change to the new sweetness does nothing to dissuade me either.
So I'm guessing that my position is probably also being harmed by my tunnel-vision. Well great, the trouble with most of the rest of the player base is that practically everyone else has lurked or done something dumb so it's hard to tell them apart so easily, but give me a bit to extract strands from the homogeneous blob and I'll put those thoughts in a separate post shortly.
« on: September 14, 2010, 08:51:29 PM »
Well, for the record I disapprove of this mess. Oh but Maya it gives us more time for discussion when we've had so little. Yeah, but we should have been doing that before now, and all we get is confusion and an inevitable chaotic result of someone voting to save themselves or someone else. But no use whining now.
I'm just posting to say that I'm still around but unwilling to move from Tron. I think it's the strongest thing going and the other options are boringly about the same to me.
« on: September 14, 2010, 06:10:02 PM »
What is this I don't even.
Because tying up the votes even more going into the deadline in order to pursue a completely new thread before disappearing for the deadline itself is the best action ever, right. I wouldn't insist on you being on Tron, but with an hour to go to deadline you should be picking a front runner or making a damn good new case.
« on: September 14, 2010, 05:02:02 PM »
Uh, yeah. So Asuka and Chiaki have done some dumb things. Chiaki's I'd even say could draw my vote if there was nothing else out there. I just don't care much about dumb right now when Tron's been giving off scumvibes like crazy given the circumstances.
Do I need to explain this in further detail? Let's give it a shot.
"Triple vote is weird
" is a classic non-committal way of opening options. Scum often want to wait and see who they want to vote for later in the day, especially in day one (and especially in an anonymous game) where they won't have a clue at the start who'll end up in front. String some hooks out like this and if in this case Shaoran or Mai end up taking votes it's easy just to ride whatever the main argument is and strap on 'and I did
think that pile up at the start was weird' and suddenly bam, smoke and mirrors makes it look like you were there all the time and not indecisive at all. Bonus points in this case for implying that we should be more careful with our votes, which can only possibly help scum at this point (less of a record to track).
Yeah, okay, so I'm not saying that this couldn't have been done by well-meaning and needlessly curious town, so you're not going to find a defence down that line that will convince me, but at this point the best there is out there is looking for scum's muddy footprints, and this is where I'm finding them.
It connects into the other main part: hot air. What's the point in saying that? There's also absolutely zero point in calling for activity from people on the mod block other than looking active, and scum are the only people who need to look
active. Okay, so fair enough, day one, low content, less to comment on than normal. But Tron's out there posting a bunch of nothing. Joke vote, fine. Weird comment, not so fine. One post dedicated to over-defensiveness followed by another post of mostly more defensiveness and then the resolve to vote for someone for not having posted since the joke votes.
Let's highlight that vote, shall we? Voting for someone who hasn't posted since joke voting is a placeholder vote: you know fine well that it's going to move the instant they come in and say anything (and if they don't, they die anyway - that's motivation enough). This is again very standard scum play, as it allows them to delay for quite some time before having to actually take a stand. As town there is absolutely no use in making that vote (no this does not contradict LAL, it's just a misunderstanding of what a lurker is).
Acting active but with a passive vote and bait on the hook. That is why my vote stuck firm as of my last post.
There's much that I don't like in Tron's follow up post, and for the sake of stopping this post getting too long I'll simply say that I'm on the same page as Mai about it, but ask me to expand if need be. While I'm on that, there's a clear difference between defending yourself and being hysterical, and Tron has brought out the 'woe is me' in full. I mean sure, I'll count out plenty of it as role play, but the fluster is plainly there.
I will at the very least grant Tron's point on Shaoran, though. I had clearly overlooked that cheerleading while holding on to the easy mark. That's dangerous, and the fact that I didn't spot it at the time worries me more. Still several tiers down Tron herself, but credit where it's due.
I'd say who's giving me a bad first impression otherwise, but frankly with this level of activity it's pretty much everyone except probably Mai, and that's Rat so hey. Shaoran and Chiaki probably top out the rest for active faux pas, and I distinctly dislike Helga actively avoiding day one entirely (it's not like it's hard to catch up) but with what, two hours to go to the deadline, it would take extraordinary measures for me to move from Tron now.
« on: September 14, 2010, 02:07:24 AM »
Still busy. I'm going to end up with no role play at all at this rate. Semi-random reaction face attached because I spent too long screenshotting hundreds of them to end up using none of them.
Don't like Tron's 'lol i troll u' response to comments on his view on the first three person pileup. Say what you like, it had multiple hallmarks of early scum play - stifling voting, and setting up plenty of options for voting to fall back on later on without leading anything meaningful. The later over-dramatic self-defence of 'taking too much for too little' that Li has kinda-sorta hit upon doesn't help at all. Not to mention the good old-fashioned pointless call for activity. Hot air. Combine it all with the conviction to vote for passive lurkers at this stage of the game and I'm far more comfortable with where my vote is than usual at this point.
Vote was serious enough when I put it down. Now it's just getting pushed further out.
Yeah, nothing much else stands out to me so far, other than the onset of the deadline. No, not even Asuka for her latest post.
« on: September 13, 2010, 05:06:42 PM »
Role play and reaction faces will be go soon, just not now due to being in the midst of being unexpectedly busy in the short term. Still want a post out now given we're playing streamlined day 1 (good choice).
##Vote: Tron Bonne
Because a three person pile up at the start of day one is null, and frankly positive in this case if it convinces Asuka not to play silly buggers in German all game. I know you weren't planning to, Asuka, but don't. Shadows on the wall, Tron.
« on: September 11, 2010, 01:34:29 AM »
Well, let's get started then, shall we?
« on: April 25, 2010, 02:18:07 AM »
My point is that, if your flavor made you think you were Insane or Paranoid, why would you go whole-hog pushing the lynch of a person who your investigation seemed to clear (Insane) or tell you nothing about (Paranoid)?
Your logic requires the confirmation that Hellsnake is really a miller; how do you know this?
« on: April 24, 2010, 06:48:44 PM »
Also, proof positive that Pietro is lying: In his claim, he says that flavour heavily indicates he might be insane, and he got a scum result on me. I claimed miller. He got a scum result on me. ... If he truly believed he might be insane, then not only would he have not pursued me so ruthlessly solely from the result, but he should've also backed off when I claimed miller, because that ties SANE cop results to finding me scum. However, he continues to pursue, and even says in his claim that he believes he might be insane. No, no, NO. This is wrong in all sorts of ways.
Blatant lie. Hellsnake is making up bullshit. Never said insane. Not being sane and being insane are completely different; see: paranoid.
Also I think he's scum regardless of the investigation. I chose to investigate him because he looked dodgy and it got worse from there.
In summary: Pietro's claim is incredibly shaky, and gives him wriggling room. Mine isn't. I am completely tied down, as I am guaranteed a revival of some sort night 3. It is outright stupid to lynch me today, unless you believe Pietro to be Town. If so, why?
Because ultimately we lynch people based on scummyness, not what they promise on the chopping block. Especially in what is evidently role madness of a sort.
« on: April 24, 2010, 02:31:53 PM »
Gee I dunno, because there's two or three millers already?
Not sure what I think of Pietro's claim either. Copclaims always make me a little nervous to lynch.
Eh, screw it.
I miss the good old days when people listed valid reasons for placing votes. Reasons which can be tied down after the mislynch flips town. I worry for you guys.
« on: April 24, 2010, 11:05:36 AM »
Really want me mislynched Hadley?
« on: April 24, 2010, 10:52:30 AM »
Bah screw it, it annoys me that Samuel Hargreaves feels he can put down a vote on me without any reasons, putting me to L-2. And neither he nor Bike seem willing to acknowledge any argument I make against Hellsnake. CBF anymore.
I'm a cop. I investigated Hellsnake last night, scum return. I've been lurking because I'm a town power-role duh.
Only proviso is that I'm not sure I'm a sane cop. Flavour seems to indicate otherwise. So if you're also a cop, don't counter claim!
You'll see that my claim is consistent with my claim and tunnelling of Hellsnake. I investigated him after his dodgy performance yesterday.
« on: April 24, 2010, 09:23:22 AM »
On top of that we have a miller counter-claim, and it's a plain suspect claim.
By that I mean that Hellsnake's miller claim is suspect because of timing - the counter claim isn't suspicious, but it makes the legitimacy of Hellsnake's claim less likely.
Samuel, I've always been Pietro.
And I just noticed I did spell my name wrong in my previous post. That's what I get fo' dropping out of school to join la famille.
« on: April 24, 2010, 09:18:18 AM »
What I don't even.http://www.rpgdl.com/forums/index.php/topic,4828.msg105220.html#msg105220
Hellsnake lists off a bunch of 'cases'; let's look at some of his reasons for finding people scummy:
- Ignoring Petro
- Not voting for Petro
- Not finding Petro scummy
(What? Not only do they rely on the supposition that I'm scum, he's subliminally painting me scum instead of making arguments about the people he's supposedly writing about!)
His case on me has zero actual substance and just rides on what others have said. It's an excuse to say "I also find Petro really scummy!"
Then he continues with a bunch of fabricated cases on other people so it doesn't look like he just OMGUSed me, but they're obviously flimsy summaries at best.
I don't believe his claim at all. The delay till day 3 is just too circumstantially suspect;
Jack, if you really don't believe me, then you've got my throat right by the rope anyway. You can wait a couple days to make sure of it, can't you?
typical bloody scum ploy to survive a little longer, when we could already be in LYLO for all we know. The rule is never suffer scum to live.
On top of that we have a miller counter-claim, and it's a plain suspect claim.
Obviously it benefits my suvival to have people vote Hellsnake but come on, so many scumtells vs. me being quiet.
If you're online then wuld you kindly vote Hellsnake, or tell me your rebuttal for why otherwise.
Whoa Hargreaves, what a ninja. Will read in a sec.
« on: April 24, 2010, 01:30:05 AM »
I'm also not happy at the sheer number of people willing to lynch me straight up tomorrow if I don't turn up dead.
Likewise the amount that Hellchameleon is getting free passes. I know Mage can be unstable and all, but he's played a straight up standard scum gambit so far this game, with a variation on being super-OMGUS.
The former is pretty much your own fault, misleading town and all.
I agree wholeheartedly with the latter though.
Just so I have this information later... Moses, would you say your investigation was cop-like? Y'know, acted like a cop investigation?
Rolefish on top of the case name dropping earlier - how many scumtells must a man drop before he is scum?!
I think Mr. Hellsnake acts plenty guilty, and his most recent action pushes him right on back to the top of my pile. I said I didn't want to vote for him on account of he looked like the less DANGEROUS possible-Scum, not the less suspicious.
This is actually the most suspicious thing I've seen all game. Possibly for many games. If I didn't have such good reason to vote Snake, I would be urging everyone to lynch PH right now.
Anyway the case for Snake has been made enough, can we hurry up at lynch him already? Active scumtells = scum. Why is he getting away with this?
« on: April 23, 2010, 01:13:05 AM »
Hadly: I didn't lynch him because a roleclaimed bulletproof wasn't useful - his claim was a likely fakeclaim due to its unconfirmability and supposed usefulness to town (which I rubbished, rightfully so). And yes, my vote was already on him from before that.
Martin Andrews is not here, most deserving of LAL, only one post etc.
There's a few things goin' on around here makin' me a might suspicious, see?
The more I think about what this Hellsnake fellow said, the less it makes sense.
The post at http://www.rpgdl.com/forums/index.php/topic,4828.msg104915.html#msg104915
raised concern, but more recently:
As for the rest of what's gone on today, I'm certainly going to need to take a closer look at Pietro and Peyton (And who is Martin Andrews? Name doesn't ring a single bell all game), as well as Seamus and Chad as they were my other top suspects of yesterday. Feel okay leaving my vote where it is, however, since Moses' last post is more than a little odd. I don't rightly see why he's trying to paint me with a brush there. If you could please clarify, Old Man Bike?
...oh, right. Before I forget, there really is no point in leaving my vote on Bike, given he's dead at some point tomorrow regardless, it would seem. (Either he's slow-killed, or he was lying)
##Unvote: Moses Bike
A total lack of consistency (I'll leave my vote where it is - /unvote/) leaves me wondering: if he's not paying attention to his own posts, how can he be paying attention to the game?
This on top of 'dropping names that people find suspicious' to target attention away from himself, without addressing any of those arguments (blatant name-dropping with no real effort or justification).
I'm not just nitpicking either, I'm fairly certain of my conviction; let the records show it.##Vote Hellsnake
« on: April 20, 2010, 02:36:48 PM »
Bulletproof huh? Like wearing a vest, I see...well if yer tellin' the truth, then that aint gonna help us out 'cos they'll just shoot the rest of us instead. And if you're a liar, then you're a murderer. Either way, you aint much use to us right now 'cos that just puts the rest of us in danger. I'm happy with leavin' my vote where it is.
I'm a simple man of few words Seamus, 'tis a shame you do not like me. I don't like to go on and on like some of these other folks with their tall stories, but it would seem you've taken offence to my verbal efficiency. What would you like me to talk about? I've talked about where my vote is an' why, but if that aint enough for you then tell me how you'd like me to help you. That's my job in this town, getting people what they want.
« on: April 19, 2010, 04:39:04 PM »
my vote seems quite unlikely to change any time today. Think I'ma spend the rest of today looking at other people's posts; more time spent on the Bike front is just time wasted at this rate.)).
I love America. In this great country, the jury usually listens to the evidence before hanging the man, not after. You've been arguing this and that Mr. Callahan, but I don't feel like you've been contributing nothing, see? Nothing constructive anyway. I really don't feel that your case on Mr. Bike is as warranted as you make out. The man gave us his story, and that's his right.
There's been a lot said about Tyrone already, that's my little addition after taking it all on board.##Unvote
##Vote Tyrone Callahan
As they say in my home country: nella vita - chi non risica - non rosica.
Ah, Hadley, don't sneak up on me like that and say all that stuff really quickly just as I start talking, you have surprised me!
« on: April 18, 2010, 05:32:41 PM »
Well then Mr. O'Malley, that doesn't sound like a whole lot of evidence. Looks a bit odd to be poking at one guy then voting another. Moses Bike is looking frazzled for sure, but I aint got no idea if he's an honest man or not. But I don't much like your remark there.
So then O'Malley, why do you find it so hard to believe?
##Vote Seamus O'Malley Since I aint put any names down yet, and that's what a good citizen ought to do.
« on: April 17, 2010, 05:27:12 PM »
* Pietro stands up and pushes between Kyle and Jack Daniels.
You drunken fool, whadya think you doing? Leave this poor fellow alone, you aint know he done nothing wrong! You better pull yourself together or I'm gonna have to do it for you, capiche?
* Pietro pushes Jack back down into a chair.
Now there's no need to kick up a racket, we just gotta be organized, see? Don't worry boys, I'll find who did this and they're gonna be sleepin' with the fishes tonight.
Jack; Jack Jack Jack. I appreciate a good customer, but you've just gotta learn to hold your health tonic. And all this cursing won't do, you'd better show a bit of respect, y'hear? And like I was sayin', you seem pretty eager to point that shaky little finger of yours. Got something to hide, Jackie-boy?
« on: April 17, 2010, 05:01:14 PM »
What's all this racket about? We're trying to enjoy a drink here!
« on: March 04, 2010, 01:19:52 AM »
No time for big post. Be back later hopefully, but for now gotta make this clear:
My original post:
The only person looking good right now is Advice Dog. Yo dawg.
Soviet Russia hasn't done itself any favors. I don't buy into the "generating discussion" thing that late into day 1. Could be a jester though ~_~
I also don't like lolcat's WIFOM support of Russia, but aside from that lolcat hasn't been terrible.
Boxy Air looks to be trying to get by on minimal content. Unhappy about this.
2girls achieves the same thing whilst looking like they post a lot. Which is more dangerous. It's hard to pick out the points in the conversations.
Zerg is weird, not sure if the vote on Dawg is as bad as others make it though.
As for Over 9000... the early no vote looked suspicious and all, but the descent into LAL looked worse to me.
Uh, Millhouse, you're afraid of a ninja hammer? On this guy?
Y'know, if scum ninja-hammered the guy we suspect to be scum, then that would be pretty awesome. Why are you afraid of this :\
Going to take a closer look at Millhouse.
Dawg... usually speculating on roles, especially in rolemadness, on Day 1 is bad juju. You're skating by on reporter style at the moment, but there's something more important to press on at the moment. Keeping my eye on you.
The role speculation thing is a complete misrepresentation about a 5 word throwaway line. He makes it sound like extensive role speculation about who the doc is.
The reporter style is equally a misrep.
Yo dawg, I heard u like trying to make me look bad so I put a vote on your record so you can hang while you lie.
Scumtell 'cos there's no need for town to do this.
I would say it's an overreaction to what I said and you're actually trying to paint me in a bad light now, since my main point was actually that Dawg was pretty much being a reporter at that point, but fine. You've got to do what you've got to do, especially since I guess it does look bad since I called Dawg on it and not some of the other people who've mentioned it.
Not painting you in a bad light. Quotations prove this. The bad light is your own.
@Demotivational - hopefully you can see where you went wrong there. My argument is not 'ridiculous'. I believe Combo is the best chance of finding scum today.
Combo > Over9k > Russia